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Natural Remedies that Work Part II
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Natural Remedies that Work Part II

Slippery Elm Bark (V5-I2C)

The first preparation under discussion today is so strong at healing wounds that it has been called natural body glue. The ingredients call for garlic, Golden seal, Usnea lichen, Myrrh gum, pine resin, tea tree oil, echinacea root, kelp, black walnut inner hulls oak galls and cayenne in a base of distilled water and grain alcohol.

The pine resin in this formula seals the wound just as it seals a tree.

A nurse in England was working with this formula and said that it was better for wounds than anything she had seen in 30 years of being an emergency room nurse in Northern Ireland. If you firmly tape the wound shut for 24 hours it completely covers the wound and stitches and nothing further is needed for infection. (Care must be taken not to reopen the wound by physical stress for a week afterwards.)

Slippery Elm Bark: The little known emergency herb.

Slippery Elm can be used to reduce inflammation, soothe the irritated mucous membranes and absorb poisons in the intestinal tract. It is a great friend to the stomach, small intestine and colon. It is also a blessing for ulcers, particularly if used with digestive herbs.

A natural healer returned from India with a severe case of dysentery. He was having to go with up to 30 watery bowel evacuations each day. He tried every herb normally used to help; garlic, echinacea, goldenseal, liver cleanse herbs, colon cleanse herbs and digestive herbs. Even charcoal and bentonite clay were used but to no avail.

One day, in complete exhaustion and dehydration, he made a cup of slippery elm tea. This was it! His dysentery stopped immediately. This herb is a very powerful healer all by itself.

Strong Emergency Internal Dosage:

Pour 8 oz. of boiling water over 2 - 4, or more, tablespoons of the powdered bark. It will make a slimy light brown concoction that may not seem very appealing, but once you get it down, will bring a smile to your body. For a mild dose use one teaspoonful.

Can't keep food down?

When a person finds this to be the case they often will tolerate a teaspoon of slippery elm gruel. This can nourish and heal someone too sick to eat.

External Dosage:

Slippery Elm inner bark powder is the best herbal ingredient for making a poultice. Make 1/3 of your poultice mixture Slippery Elm inner bark, then blend all the herbs by hand in a blender.

When going to apply to the body, add hot water to a tablespoon on two of the powder mix so as to get a gummy, gluey consistency and apply to the body. Beside being a great bonding agent Slippery Elm will draw out poisons, soothe the skin and reduce inflammation.

Other herbs to add chaparral, red clover, bentonite clay, activate willow charcoal, echinacea augustafolia, garlic, goldenseal, cayenne and plantain. Also, can be used with great effect along with aloe vera from a fresh plant leaf.

Adding a layer or two of cotton gauge over the poultice and pressing it in will make a nice cast.

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